D500

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$2,099.00

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Meet the new DX flagship, the Nikon D500 DSLR. Contained within its streamlined body is a veritable powerhouse of processing power and technological advances that will let you easily create stunning 20.9 MP photos and cinematic 4K UHD videos. The D500 is ready to go wherever your image making passions lead you, from low-light cityscapes to capturing thrilling wildlife and landscape scenes and fast action shots. Instantly share your gorgeous photos using the camera's built-in SnapBridge (Wi-Fi® + Bluetooth) capabilities. No matter what you shoot, you can be sure that the D500 will be up to the task, time and time again.
The D500 one lens kit pairs the 20.9 MP D500 DSLR with the AF-S DX NIKKOR 16-80mm f/2.8-4E ED VR lens—the world's lightest 5x zoom with an f/2.8-4 maximum aperture. Take stunning photos and 4K UHD video with a lens that features 4 stops of VR image stabilization. The lens also features Nikon's innovative protective fluorine coating as well as a high speed electromagnetic diaphragm.
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  • 5

    Wow factor

    Posted by SK7735 on April 22, 2020

    I have bought this camera Oct 2019. I read may reviews and sample images through YouTube and Web. After 6 months study i bought this. Really it a great results. I used in different environment and light condition. Its giving great result. I used ISO 3200 in low light condition, really it good and clean images. FPS is easy good to capture the moment. Soon i will upload my images

  • 5

    What a sensor!

    Posted by Skewed on February 23, 2020

    After having limited success in photographing birds in flight with another brand, I bought the D500. As I usually do, I researched the camera and available wildlife lenses thoroughly before buying. Having used super-tele zooms that weighed nearly 5 pounds, I decided to sacrifice some reach and aperture for handling and $value. So I bought a Tamron 100-400 to use mostly hand-held. This combo exceeded my expectations!

    I knew about the D500´s big buffer and FPS, but the speed and quietness of high-speed continuous shooting still impressed me, even on focus-priority. Obviously continuous focus worked well, since the mechanical shutter was cycling to its max.

    Using manual settings of f/10 and 1/1000 second with auto ISO, I was very happy to see that ISO stayed below 500 even in overcast conditions. The resulting RAW images are quite amenable to PP; some require very little tweaking beyond the Lightroom defaults. A sensor that can capture that much light while focusing accurately on birds in flight is very impressive indeed!

    Finally, I found that the controls, including back-button focus, are so easy to use that I just keep everything except for focus and ISO on manual. Thanks to Nikon for an excellent product.

  • 5

    Best APS-C Format Camera On The Market...

    Posted by Plumber on February 16, 2020

    This camera produces gorgeous photos straight out of the camera. The speed and accuracy of the AF on this camera is second to none and the ABSOLUTE best in an APS-C format camera that money can buy. Period! While it´s more than capable of shooting static subjects, I use it exclusively for sports and wildlife. And the buffer is insanely huge and never seems to fill up or slow down whenever I shoot wildlife or sports. I´ve had my D500 for over two years and haven´t had a single issue since owning it. It complements my D850 perfectly, too. Bottom line: if your photographic interest is in sports or wildlife, buy it.

  • 5

    Professional, solid, mature performance, untouchable for the price, not a starter kit..

    Posted by NikonHappy on February 16, 2020

    After 14 years using Nikon DX bodies,D70, D90, D7000 I was ready for an upgrade. The sensor produces sharp images with gorgeous colors and high ISO performance ,amazing auto focus and metering make this a game changer for me.I do a lot of event type photography and those key features allow me to see opportunities and make images faster then before with a high percentage of keepers. The weather sealing and pro construction means I can take it outside too. The viewfinder is the best I´ve ever used and the pivoting touch screen display is very useful. The control layout allows for a lot of customization and will be familiar to any Nikon shooter.

  • 5

    Best camera I´ve ever owned!!!!!

    Posted by Snapshot29841 on February 10, 2020

    I have owned three other Nikon´s before this one and although I have always been pleased I must say the D500 is the Cadillac I have never owned before. It has all the bells and whistles of the D5 at a fraction of the cost. I cannot imagine Nikon ever topping this one camera. It is a pleasure to use.

  • 4

    Great camera

    Posted by JackDad on February 7, 2020

    I like my D500. I do not like the fact that Snapbridge doesn´t work. Consider how connective your phone and computer are and its a wonder that anyone would produce connectivity software today that doesn´t work - thus not 5 but 4 stars.
    Other than that it´s a great camera. I use it for bird photography and have gotten some real wall-hanger landscapes. Overall an excellent camera. I have read a review here that RAW NEFs from this camera can not be processed. ???? I´ve been processing them since day one. Probably put 20,000 RAW NEFs through the camera with no problem. I use Lightroom and Photoshop for processing.

  • 5

    Really APS-C Beast

    Posted by Amahdi on January 19, 2020

    D500 is one of the Nikon flagship Camera. Amazing features and build quality. I Had the D5 before which i miss but not when I get the D500. Its really impressive to have D5 features in less expensive (without compromising quality). The added benefit of the D500 , there is no low pass filter. Love it.

  • 5

    Excellent

    Posted by WDM99 on January 10, 2020

    I have owned and used a Nikon D300 since 2007; purchased shortly after its release. I was happy with the D300, but wished for better resolution and improved exposure and focus control. I considered purchasing a full-frame Nikon, but after much research decided the D500 would meet my needs. And, it has!
    Pros: Excellent resolution, exposure and focus
    Cons: Still a bit heavy
    I purchased the D500 as a kit including the Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 16-80mm f/2.8-4E ED VR Lens. This is an excellent camera/lens combo.

  • 5

    Just what I needed!

    Posted by EyeGuy on December 28, 2019

    Upgraded from a D60 to this camera. Like going from a scooter to a Ferrari! Familiar Nikon format and controls (but a lot more of them), faster, brighter, and a whole lot more capable.